Vaiaku Lagi Hotel
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Vaiaku Lagi Hotel

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Mid-range
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Bar / lounge
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Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator

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Cnr Alofa & Fogafale Rd, Funafuti Tuvalu
Getting there
Funafuti Atol Intl Airport
1 Restaurant
within 10 kilometers
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Shiv Raj Bhatt wrote a review Jan 2020
Kathmandu, Nepal
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Timeless Tuvalu is the brand for Tuvalu Tourism. One of the least visited countries in the world, Tuvalu is truely a travelersless destination. However, it was packed when I arrived in Funafuti on 15th December 2019 - Surprisingly crowded.

The reason was Pacific Forum Leaders Meeting (PFLM). All the government heads from Pacific region, including the PMs of Australia, New Zealand, PNG, Fiji, Solomon, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, Kiribati, etc. with big delegations, including foreign ministers and high level officials, were in 'Tiny Tuvalu'. Dozens of diplomatic crews and media people from around the world were here.

The week was surprisingly busy week for all Tuvaluan. However, the next week was normal 'travelersless' again. A week long holiday was declared by the Government, thanking all officials and people of Tuvalu to make last week's PFLM a grand success.

Things become normal for Tuvaluans. The hotel rooms are getting empty. The menu and food variety available in the country was shrinking day by day.

Anyway, the PFLM gave a big boost to the tourism industry in Tuvalu. However, maintaining that is challenging. Let's hope this hotel and tourism industry in Tuvalu will get new travelers in 2020.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Chooch54 wrote a review June 2009
Canberra ACT
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We were aware that Tuvalu has around 150 tourists a year and is not really set up for tourists.
The view from our upstairs room was magnificent as we overlooked the lagoon. We did have a bar fridge and tea and coffee making facilities.
The bathroom has hot and cold water taps however the hot water has never been connected so there is no hot water. As the water tank is on the ceiling if you have an afternoon shower the water will be warm
The breakfast was fine and so were the meals. The local chinese restaurant has tasty meals for a reasonable price.
Tuvalu is an interesting place and the locals are friendly. We had an enjoyable 5 day as we did a lot of walking and talking to the locals. Also attended a Methodist Church Service On the Friday was an Island Ball at the Hotel. We attended and sat with a local family who were very friendly and filled us in as to what was happening
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Date of stay: June 2009
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Damien wrote a review Feb 2014
Listowel, Ireland
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Visited tuvulu and here for two nights
Only hotel on Island
Government owned and a soviet style to it
2 mins walk from airport
Good location
Airport noise won't bother you as only two flights a week
Quick check in
No credit cards allowed
Room ok
Upstairs rooms 126 aus dollars a night
Downstairs 110
Overpriced for what u get
Good ac
Had an upstairs but not worth extra unless a tsunami as only a metre above sea level !
No tv in room but I think there is no tv in Tuvalu
Breakfast included but very limited to toast and buns
No free wifi but a ten dollar card gives fairly good wifi for two days and even works in airport
Travel tips for Tuvalu
Not a tourist destination
Only recommended for country clickers
Nothing to do except rent a scooter for ten dollars a day and drive around Island which takes half an hour
Tiny island
They don't seem to be bothered with tourism
No maps tours activities services etccurrency is aus dollar
Tuvaluan money is coin only and equals aus dollar
Poor exchange rates at only bank for euro etc
1 to 2 days is plenty unless u have a very good travel partner with you
Fiji airways which are the only flights on ties and sat are extortionately expensive
490 euro return from suva
And the best bit
It doesn't include a 30 aus dollar airport departure tax!!!!!
As I said
Only for serious travellers and people going to all countries in the world types
Like me
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Date of stay: February 2014Trip type: Travelled solo
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Handysmith wrote a review Jan 2020
Ryde, Australia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Suspect this may be best accommodation in Tuvalu but only 1 star.
Note that new buildings for the Pacific Forum in 2019 now block views to the sea so any old photos now have buildings in front of them.
Hired a scooter from the hotel which was reliable and fairly new. A$5 per day.
Arrived after a storm to find balcony door wide open and room floor flooded. Later other leaks showed so expect room floor still gets wet in rain. No hot water even though there is a hot tap so guessing hot water system failed but not replaced. Told no rooms have hot water. Communication by phone and email with hotel to book was very difficult and yet now seeing that normally one or two staff are at the front desk left me wondering why they never answer phones or emails.
Bed and pillow comfortable.
Hotel is very close walk from airport however it was raining on departure so asked for the hotel bus which failed to arrive as the driver would not answer his mobile and went off doing something else.
We booked to have dinner at the hotel restaurant only to be told at 7pm they didn’t know if the chef would be coming so 7 of us went to 3Ts and had an excellent meal. These sort of experiences you can expect as a tourist in Tuvalu. If the hotel want to improve the guest experience and get more bookings they need to attend to these things.
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Date of stay: January 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Upstairs room facing the sea now blocked by new Pacific Forum buildings
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Krzysztof D wrote a review Jan 2023
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This once waterfront hotel is now built over by structures erected on a reclaimed land and there is no view of the lagoon. The photos of this property are almost ancient now and should be removed as they do not represent reality. The property does not respond to emails (sent via their outdated website), or to phone calls or text messages on whatsapp. The personnel left an impression that they suffered greatly by working at this hotel, were unwelcoming and resigned. Prices for the rooms were also given randomly.
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Date of stay: January 2023Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Avoid this crumbling and outdated property. There is not much choice in Tuvalu but there are...
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sea s wrote a review May 2014
Suva, Fiji
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived on Tuvalu with the expectation to have a relaxed, low standard holiday with no luxury and no entertainment as we knew this island is not a tourist place but what we experienced was way worse and everything but a holiday.

All started long before we got there, it took us 4 weeks to reach someone from the hotel. No response on the phone - email – facebook.. nothing.

Once arrived we saw the sign ‘No credit card service’ in the hotel lobby. No one told us this upon arrival.
When we said that we did not carry 600 AUD in cash (who would?!) they threatened us saying they would call the police and that they would not let us out of the county although we suggested making a bank transfer, giving them our passport details and other options.
So we spent half of our holiday sorting out this issue.

We hired a bike for one day through a staff (they charged 15 AUD, the normal rates for a better bike is 10 AUD …), and handed the key back in time but on the last day they and said we had it for 2 days and imputed us to lie, so they claimed 30 AUD. Four women getting really angry behind the counter so we let it go.

When we checked in, they left blank the rate for the room and filled it in later. Once the payment was due they claimed 77 AUD for the budget room (waaay overprices, as really only the basics and very loud during the evenings), and not 49 AUD as written on the internet (later we found out that the normal rate is 33 AUD!). As for their defence, first they said the website is old, then that someone must have logged onto the website and changed the rates! .. and same for the information that there are tea and coffee facilities in the budget rooms (which were not)..

5.70 AUD for the fish on the list, at the end it was 6.20 AUD on the bill. We said that it was the other price on the list and they (as usually) only said 'no, that is not true'.

No effort at all from their side to be hospitable or polite (esp. when it comes to 'problems'). Guess there is no incentive to be so, as they are the only hotel on the island.

We felt treated very unfairly all throughout the whole time, at the end it was the sum of the small things and the unfriendlyness of the staff that disappointed us and we would not recommend staying there.

PS if you plan on going to Mulitefala (a small, very beautiful island north of Funafuti, def worth going there) make sure you get the total price for it written somewhere upon going there. The hotel staff said it was 80 AUD going there, incl transfer - when we got there, suddenly it was 100 AUD - and when we got dropped off back in Funafuti we were charged 160AUD (!!) .. we were not surprised at all -.-

Ah, and make sure you have 30 AUD for the airport tax when you leave Tuvalu (no further justification but 'it's for the Tuvalu Government'..........) here again 'we won't let you leave the country if you cannot pay'.

We literally high-fived when we the plane took off.
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Date of stay: May 2014
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sanksee wrote a review Oct 2015
Grand Forks, North Dakota
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It is difficult to review this hotel without talking about Funafuti town, and Tuvalu, the second smallest country in the world. It is an atoll, and is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Funafuti is connected only to Suva, Fiji by Fiji Airlines flights twice a week. Tourists to Tuvalu are rare, but a lot of people who work for international agencies stay at Vaiaku Lagi which is practically the only “major” hotel in Funafuti, with 16 rooms. There is another smaller hotel facing the airport runway, and a couple of other bed and breakfast places. Vaiaku Lagi hotel is opposite to the airport terminal and next to the government buildings (where the Prime Minister has his office). The telecom building (where one can purchase internet cards) and the police station are across the street. The post office and the Tuvalu National Bank (though one may never need to use these facilities) are within a minute walk.
The best way to get around the Fongafale islet where Funafuti is situated, is by renting a scooter (AUD 15 for 24 hours). This is when we had our first taste of the island friendliness and helpfulness. Our scooter broke down at the end of the road to the north and we pushed it to the nearest house. This person (I wish I had noted down his name) gave me his scooter to go to town and bring a mechanic! Very trusting and simple people! The scooter hire place is a minute walk from the hotel. Again, they are very trusting – they don’t even check your identity or driver’s license.
Over the next few days of our stay we had many such small interactions with the people of Tuvalu and we came back appreciating the good nature and helpfulness of the locals. On another occasion, I required a hospital visit for cold and cough and the doctor attended to me promptly and gave antibiotics and saline inhalation treatment. When I offered to pay the fees, she told me that it is all free!!
The hotel had told us that they accept only AUD, so there was no problem as we went well prepared. The hotel has 16 rooms, is a bit laid back, and the menu is limited, but the staff are genuinely nice. The view of the lagoon from the hotel room is unbelievable. One could sit in the balcony all day (except in the afternoon when the Sun is directly on your face and it is just too hot to be outside) and enjoy the scenery of the lagoon. The sunsets are simply awesome!!
Yes, hot water is nonexistent at the hotel as some reviewers have mentioned, but a cold shower is most refreshing in the heat! The breakfast is decent, with eggs and bacon. The lunch and dinner menu is limited, but one has to remember most food items are imported, and the local market for such imported food is very limited. The prices for lunch and dinner are reasonable (about AUD 8.00 to 10.00 for a meal).
As this hotel caters to all major events in Funafuti and the country of Tuvalu, there is always something going on at the hotel. We were fortunate to witness the celebrations of the 35th anniversary of the Tuvalu National Bank and enjoy the festivities which included a number of very graceful Tuvalu dances by the bank employees.
A boat ride to the conservation area is a must – we got to see an islet where all vegetation was wiped out by cyclone Pam and another that was partially damaged. These small islands which are barely a meter above sea level are likely to be highly impacted due to potential sea level changes and extreme weather events. The boat picks you up at the boat ramp next to the hotel.
The AC worked well in the room and the daily cleaning service was excellent. The internet is very slow all over the island. As long as one does not go there expecting a resort style hotel with five star service, you will not be disappointed.
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Date of stay: October 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Upper floor rooms in the middle like 203, 204 or 205 have stunning views of the lagoon
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effaheap wrote a review Sept 2009
Oxford
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is well run, spotless, and just 100 metres from the airport.

The rooms were roomy. Go for an upstairs one. There are 18 rooms in total. When we were there, just one other room occupied - a sign of how few tourists make it. During our week there, the PM held a reception, there was a cultural/dancing/singing night/ and Friday and Saturday had discos!

The food is good, though not much variety There are one or two nice restaurants in the 'village' including an excellent Chinese one.

High speed internet cafe 50 metres away, by the way.

The hotel has a wonderful view of the lagoon and a superb little jetty which is ideal for swimming off.

In 2009, it is nearly Aus$120 a double a night.

Take cash - no credit card facilities!
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Date of stay: October 2006
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lily F wrote a review Nov 2014
3.0 of 5 bubbles
My stay at the Vaiaku Lagi was very pleasant. Facilities are basic, but they are the best you'll find on Funafuti and definitely met my needs. Hot water is non-existent, and electricity can be intermittent ins ome rooms - but all very deal-able! The staff were lovely - if you are courteous and have a sense of humour and patience, they really are very sweet and so happy to help with anything at all. The restaurant had a few different meals available each day and the quality was pleasing.
Ask for a 2nd floor room for a nice view, and be sure to grab a VB and sit out the back to watch the sunset - it makes the rest of the world melt away.
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Date of stay: August 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Ask for the second floor - the views are just lovely!
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STEPHEN N wrote a review Mar 2013
Brisbane, Australia
+1
2.0 of 5 bubbles
This was my first holiday in FUNAFUTI the capital of TUVALU & arrived as a tourist for 12 nights from the 31/01/13 to 12/03/13, after arriving at my original accommodation booking & decided not to stay I called into the VAIAKU LAGI HOTEL & asked if any vacant rooms were available, and asked about the room rates, I was shown room 4 and quoted AUD $95.00 PER NIGHT INCLUDING BREAKFASTat first I felt it was to expensive allowing for my budget for the next 5 wks travelling around the pacific islands, however I decided to take a look at other accommodation options in FUNAFUTI, later without much success after taking a breif look at other types of accommodation they were in terrible conditions & expensive !!!!
Approx 45 min's later I returned to the VAIAKU LAGI HOTEL & decided to stay after a discussion with one of the female receptionist staff on the front desk, managed to negotiate a slightly cheaper room rate & agreed on AUD $87.50 per night with breakfast, this was still more than I really wanted to spend !!!! however I didn't really have any choice after looking at other rooms elsewhere. When i was given my key & got into my room I had noticed it wasn't very clean & being so frustrated trying to find a room I thought the room may be cleaned the following morning ......... HOW WRONG COULD I HAVE BEEN !!!! ... before I forget I was offered a room at the back of the main hotel at AUD $50.00 per night & took one look & walked straight out !!!! I'm not that desprate I thought to myself !!!!
In general most of the staff were pleasent & polite and had some interesting conversations with some, and some were lazy & un-interested, over a couple of days noticed that there appeared to be more staff than guests, some staff never knew when to go home & some staff never seemed to leave & hang around, it very much felt like a social club for some staff & arriving to early especially the nightshift staff, many staff eating & drinking booze without paying while the boss was hidding in the office.
The breakfast was of average standard, and the same with the evening meals [cost extra], in this part of the world most food is either packaged tinned or frozen, the meal portions were average, the time it took to receive your meal after ordering was OK, a suggestion for management please fix & repair the electric fans in the restaurant area, some guests would get annoyed at times looking for tea & coffee during the day, some hotel staff would turn off the water boiler & then guests have to chase staff for it to be switched on & supply cups sugar milk & tea etc etc [it would have been nice if kitchen staff cleaned out the sugar bowl & avoid floating ants in the cups], the reception desk area was very boring with no advertising material for tourists, no suggestions from staff about any local attractions like tours, no info on car hire or scooter hire. There was one box sitting on the desk & it took me a couple of days to build up the courage & ask what's inside the box, the young female staff member behind the desk replied & said help yourself !!! I felt inside the box & it's full of condoms, it's very sad that's all they can offer to locals - business guests & tourists !!!! The only other item sitting on the desk was the clocking in clock for all the staff, many guests often noticed that the reception phone would ring & no one would answer it.
During my 12 day stay I got to know some of the staff quite well & interacted with a number of business guests especially during the evenings, there wasn't much to do in the daytime let alone in the evenings, for a government owned hotel it really needs to wake up to it self & show more interests in their guests regardless if your a tourist or someone on a business trip. Also during my 12 nights & days there was lots of rain being the wet season & only managed to get 3 full days of clear skys & warmer weather. Also on this remote pacific island we had a shortage of fuel & unable to hire a car or scooter, shortage of many food supplies like rice sugar & flour.
The local police station was opposite the hotel & I would like to thank all of the staff at the station for making me so welcome & spent many hrs talking about the local community & general topics etc. I'd like to inform all guests who choose to visit Tuvalu either being a tourist or someone on a business trip, please be mindful before you leave your own country & make sure you have lots of cash [Australian Dollars], I found out the hard way when I called into the local bank [THE TUVALU BANK], there is only one bank in FUNAFUTI & no ATM outside to withdraw cash from.... The bank staff wouldn't give me any cash & even after speaking to the bank manager they wouldn't give me any cash unless your a bank customer...... even tho I'm from Australia & using the same currency they still wouldn't give me any cash, I even took my Passport & Australian Driving Licence & show my bank cards without any luck !!!! This is an embarrasment to myself & to TUVALU & how would they expect visitors to survive throughout there stay, from a security point of view who would feel comfortable carrying lots of cash around, or locking it away in your suitcase, especially when this hotel don't provide safety security boxes for all guests........ I have passed this problem on to the staff at the TOURISM DEPARTMENT in Tuvalu & hopefully they will arrange to have this HIGHLIGHTED on their TUVALU TIMELESS WEBSITE & inform everyone about the issue in getting any cash while in TUVALU.
One afternoon on the 06/02/13 after taking a long walk around Funafuti & heading back towards my hotel a old local lady stopped me in the street & said I must rush to the local Government Building & go straight to the top level, within a few min's I knew she wasn't fooling around & could here the sirens & the loud speaker on the local fire engine, announcing a Tsunami warning & many locals & visitors rushed up into the strongest building in town being the Government Building, after a few hrs it was finally announced it's a false alarm, this was due to a problem around the Solomon Islands a few hrs earlier.
I'm now towards the end of my holiday & into my 11th morning the day before my departure, and I was ready to talk to the manager!!! reluctantly she gave me a few min's of her time after some continious knocking on her door, I asked her to take a look in my room & then while she's in my room I explained that nothing in my room had been cleaned, bathroom never cleaned, cups & saucers never cleaned or re-placed, my bed never made & bin never emptied. in the last 11 days..... I had only managed to find clean towels-soap-toilet rolls when walking past the cleaning trolley during the mornings, the managers excuse was why are you telling me now & wait 11 days before you complain.......... for a woman who hides in her office most of her shift I wasn't surprised with her un-professional answer !!!!
Inside the room itself was quite spacious with a large hard double bed & a small single bed, small fridge & a wardrobe full of dust, be mindful when arranging for your laundry to be washed, it's quite expensive & all my clothing items were returned damp. A few days after my arrival at the hotel the internet was down & stopped working completly, the next day all guests were informed & told the Internet accound hadn't been paid & the hotel had been cut off from the service, all guests were given a AUD $10.00 discount per night........... was I that surprised !!! I wish to thank all the friendly smiles from the local people, especially the police staff, radio station staff, the young kind oplite lady at the local postoffice, libraray staff, customs & security staff at the airport & many local families inviting me into your home, thankyou to the 2 local MP's I made interesting conversation with & finally the few kind staff at the hotel.
After 12 nights I was happy to be leaving, remember at the airport you have to pay AUD $30.00 departure tax & flight arrivals & departures with AIR PACIFIC are on Tuesdays & Thursdays from Suva, also be mindful that airfares to Tuvalu are very expensive for a return flight from Fiji, no Visa required before your arrival. Duty Free at the airport is very limited mostly selling smokes & booze ................ would I ever return to Tuvalu ???? you should never so NO & leave it at that !!!!
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Date of stay: January 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Alvin S wrote a tip Apr 2024
Viti Levu, Fiji1,401 contribution127 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book some weeks in advance as this hotel is usually booked out. 15 rooms only."
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Krzysztof D wrote a tip Jan 2023
2 contributions3 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid this crumbling and outdated property. There is not much choice in Tuvalu but there are still a couple of good alternatives nearby."
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Handysmith wrote a tip Jan 2020
Ryde, Australia306 contributions91 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Upstairs room facing the sea now blocked by new Pacific Forum buildings"
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ThreeDugongs wrote a tip Sept 2017
Brisbane, Australia314 contributions164 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Views of lagoon from top floor"
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Frank I wrote a tip Feb 2017
Medowie, Australia11 contributions6 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Top floor has better views"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Vaiaku Lagi Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Vaiaku Lagi Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Church of Tuvalu (3.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Vaiaku Lagi Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and laundry service.
What food & drink options are available at Vaiaku Lagi Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is Vaiaku Lagi Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Funafuti.